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thatman84

(WIP Tutorial) Commodore Amiga on Shield TV

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This is the start of the WIP guide and Amiga Project thread

DONT REPLY TO THIS THREAD

REPLY TO THIS ONE(clicky)

 

For now this will become a tempory guide to UAE4arm setup with the Ultimate Amiga Raspberry Pi Project a helpful source of information in google

Step 1 - Install Uae4arm (beta)

You need to follow this link to sign up to be a beta tester to gain access to the apk that can launch games directly from Hyperspin.

https://play.google.com/apps/testing/atua.anddev.uae4arm

Link above taken from the English Amiga Board and the post below

http://eab.abime.net/showpost.php?p=1158186&postcount=349

 

Step 2 - Install Kickstarts

WIP

 

Database taken from this thread post

 

More to follow

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